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Ping ZING Irons Review

Ping ZING


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Initially offered in 1991, the Ping ZING Irons were Ping's most dramatically perimeter weighted iron ever. They feature an extreamly wide top line and bold toe weighting.


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Review Date
May 12, 2014

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Reviewed by: L.D. Kliewer ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Ping Zings

Summary:
I'm currently 66yrs old with 52yrs in the game. My first Pings were the Ping Eyes, now on loan to my Son in law...who loves them. I have moved around Ping clubs, ISI, ISI-k and Zings. I play in Northern Calif with the ISI's during the Summer months. Winters in the Desert, La Quinta playing PGA West, Stadium, Nick T, Greg Norman etc. with my Zings. I shoot in the low to mid 80's and wouldn't give my Zing's up for anyone...except maybe St. Peter. But he'd have to make me a pretty good deal.

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Review Date
September 6, 2013

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Reviewed by: Jay Larson ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Ping zings

Summary:
went from Callaway Big Berthas to an old, full set of Ping Zings. I have played 3 rounds with them and I'm still dialing in the distance on some of the irons. Don't seem to hit quite as far as my Callaways but are much more accurate. My Ping Zings they sings. Love em



Review Date
February 20, 2013

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Reviewed by: alan ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
ping zing

Summary:
I purchased my ping zings when they came out in 91 i have looked at changing them for another ping version ,but always come up with the same result ,not worth changing ,they look strange when first used but i can ensure you they are the best forgiving iron i have ever used or tried "great set of irons "



Review Date
July 8, 2012

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Reviewed by: David Wilkins ,  Shoots in the 100s

Model Reviewed:
Ping zing red dot

Summary:
I've just purchase a full set of zing irons, and after one long session on the range I m really looking forward to m first round w them. I'm switching out from a cheap wilson set I've had for 15 years. Already I noticed the difference the stiffer shaft and weighted heads have on my distance and accuracy. Best. Day. On. The. Range. Ever!



Review Date
March 26, 2012

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Reviewed by: Jack ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Be-Cu copper Ping Zing's

Summary:
I have to agree with most of what I have read here. The Zing's are the most comfortable, forgiving irons you can play. I hit consistently with these irons and would not trade them for any other club. I have played and enjoyed other irons, but without a doubt continue to come back and play my Zings. I don't believe there is another club out there that will improve my game. If my game improves, it's because of me, not the irons. I am always looking for more Zings so that they can be my travel clubs when on the road.

Similar Products Used:
Karsten IV's , Ping eye 2's



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